"Tailgate-A Celebration of Sports Team Spirit"

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"Tailgate-A Celebration of Sports Team Spirit"


Monday Night Exhibit Hall Reception Recap

2003 Winter Conference * Charlotte, North Carolina

Attendees and exhibitors experienced "big game" excitement as they participated in Exhibit Hall activities loaded with food, fun and high-spirited songs during ACA's Monday Night Exhibit Hall event, "Tailgate--A Celebration of Sports Team Spirit." Attendees showed their home team spirit by visiting the hundreds of exhibits on hand to support their team's facility. This Monday night sports affair allowed colleagues and spectators to interact and network as they kept score of the latest technology and services available!

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ACA gives AT & T Corporation and Cornell Companies, Inc. the "high five" for supporting us in this homecoming event!

AT & T Corporation

340 Mt. Kemble Avenue

Morristown, NJ 07962

(806) 698-6959

Contact: Fran Gutierrez, National Market Manager

AT & T is among the world's premier voice, video and data communications companies, serving consumers, businesses and government. Backed by the research and development capabilities of AT & T Labs, the company runs the world's largest, most sophisticated communications network. Serving nearly 60 million consumers, AT & T is the market leader in consumer communications services. With more than 10 years of experience in providing inmate telecommunications services to correctional facilities, AT & T provides a full range of services, including automated custom branding, call blocking and timing options, inmate identification systems and various levels of fraud prevention. Through The Authority[TM], AT & T's inmate calling service program, AT & T adapts its services to meet the needs of the correctional system, inmates and their families. AT & T introduced the first discount calling plan in the industry in August 2002 to make it more affordable for inmates, families and friends to stay in touch. With industry leading solutions, consultative account management and competitive commissions, AT & T innovatively addresses the correctional industry's changing needs.

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Cornell Companies, Inc.

1700 West Loop South, Suite 1500

Houston, TX 77027

(713) 623-0790/(888) 624-0816

Fax: (713) 623-2853

E-mail: info@cornellcompanies.com

Web Site: www.cornellcompanies.com

Contact: Kevin Brown, Purchasing Manager

Cornell Companies, Inc. is a leading private provider of corrections, treatment and educational services to government agencies. Focusing on adult and juvenile populations in both institutional and community settings, we provide a full array of services in an environment of dignity and respect, emphasizing community safety and rehabilitation in support of sound public policy. Cornell currently has contracts to operate 69 facilities located in 13 states and the District of Columbia with a total service capacity of 15,444.

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"Southern Traditions" Tuesday Morning Specialty Break Recap

Old-fashioned southern manners filled the Exhibit Hall with warmth and charm Tuesday morning during ACA's "Southern Traditions" Exhibit Hall Break at the 2003 Winter Conference in Charlotte. Attendees were greeted at the door by southern belles, who welcomed them with wonderful red roses.

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Thank you, Sponsors, for bringing good ol' fashioned southern values to the Conference!

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ARAMARK Correctional Services, Inc.

1801 South Meyers Road, Suite 300

Oakbrook Terrace, IL 60181

(800) 777-7090

Fax: (630) 568-2603

E-mail: jameson-dan@aramark.com

Web Site: www.aramarkcorrectional.com

Contact: Daniel E. Jameson, Senior Vice President, Sales and Marketing

Working in partnership for more than 25 years with state, county and community correctional facilities and detention centers, ARAMARK Correctional Services, Inc. …

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